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Adrian Grenier (2015)

Adrian Grenier is an American actor, producer, director and musician. He is most notable for playing the lead role of Vincent Chase on the Emmy nominated HBO original series Entourage.

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About the Adrian Grenier Interview

Hi guys, back again on reddit for another AMA.

My latest project, 52: The Search for the Loneliest Whale is a cinematic experience where you can join a team of renowned marine biologists on a real-life quest, braving the dangers of the open ocean to find Lonely Whale, also known as the 52 Hertz Whale ("52”), who is believed to have spent his entire life in solitude, calling out at a frequency that no other whale can understand.

Our mission will also be to study hybrid whales by tagging them with hi-tech sound techniques for the first time EVER! Giving us a chance to know how man-made ocean noise could be effecting communication amongst sea creatures, such as our hero the Lonely Whale. NO ONE HAS EVER ATTEMPTED TO DO THIS, until now, until YOU!

You can check the campaign here, with 13 days to go: lonelywhale.com

I'm going to be joined for my AMA today by Jackie Savitz, Vice President for US Oceans at Oceana, expert on ocean noise pollution, and marine biologist, who's working to help protect the world's oceans.

Victoria's helping us get started.

Go ahead and ask away!



Hey everyone. Thanks so much for being a part of this with me. I am super passionate and to see your enthusiasm reflecting back at me is so inspiring. We are all #teamLonelyWhale. I have to run to the city, but will check back in on some good questions I might have missed. But please do donate, doesn't have to be much, to give the scientist a chance to do their important world. I suggest a $7 donation (5+2) for 52, lonely whale :)

oh and I'll leave you with a joke: What do you do with a blue whale...? Cheer him up ;)

Adrian Grenier Feb 26, 2015